43 "Echo Park" Restaurants in Los Angeles.
Angie’s is a pop-up pizza oven cranking out excellent Neapolitan-style pies.
Bar Avalon is an all-day wine bar/restaurant in Echo Park that’s one of the best-kept secrets in town.
Tilda is a wine bar in Echo Park that has everything - bottles of natural wines, French-ish snacks, and a room full of people way cooler than you.
Clark Street Bread’s first stand-alone bakery in Echo Park is bigger, better, and buttery-er.
Thunderbolt in Echo Park is a fairly new bar, but it already feels like a neighborhood institution.
Triple Beam’s second location in Echo Park isn’t much different than the original - and that’s a good thing.
Monty’s Good Burger brings their vegan food to Echo Park that’s bigger, better, and blue-r than ever.
Bar Flores is the exotic, low-key cocktail bar Echo Park deserves. It’s very fragrant inside, too.
Adamae is a very fine dinner spot in Echo Park with American food and tasty cocktails.
Taix French Restaurant may look like a Danish motel from the outside, but it’s actually a huge dining room in Echo Park with a low corkage fee.
Ototo in Echo Park is a casual Japanese spot with a lot going for it - including a huge sake selection - and a lot going against it, too.
Lowboy is a new bar in Echo Park with fun music, a mellow crowd, and particularly lethal cocktails.
1642 is an effortlessly cool bar in Echo Park with a great wine and beer selection, plus live music.
Bar Henry is a casual cocktail bar in Echo Park, a neighborhood where low-key places with good drinks are pretty rare.
Konbi is a daytime Japanese spot in Echo Park that’s famous for an egg salad sandwich. But it’s everything else that makes this place special.